[sf-lug] Open house for a Linux-powered public school next Saturday Oct 17 noon to 3 pm!
einfeldt at gmail.com
Thu Oct 8 15:49:23 PDT 2009
There will be an open house of one of the Linux-powered public schools in
San Francisco's Western Addition next Saturday, October 17, from noon to 3
pm. You will be able to come and see our Linux LDAP lab and find out about
how we (Partimus.org) are doing Linux out-reach to staff, students, and the
students' parents to increase the visibility of Linux in this community. If
you like messing with Linux computers (either software or hardware) or if
you are interested in helping maintain our server(s), we would be glad to
show you what we are doing.
Please call Christian Einfeldt when you arrive at 415-351-1300, so that
someone can let you into the school.
The school is located a the corner of Turk and Pierce streets in San
Francisco. There is free parking for about 20 cars, but we encourage people
to take public transit. The entrance to the parking lot is is on the north
side of Golden Gate, about 50 yards from Pierce Street, between Scott and
Pierce. Golden Gate is a one-way street between Scott and Pierce, and so
you will need to approach the school from Golden Gate and Scott Street. The
campus is large and confusing and there are two buildings, so you won't be
able to find your way by yourself, and the school is behind locked gates
24/7, so you will need to call Christian Einfeldt when you arrive to get in.
The school is served by bus stops at Pierce and Eddy (the 31 Balboa) and at
McAllister and Pierce (the 5 Fulton). The 38 Geary bus has near-by stops
at Fillmore & Geary and at Scott and Geary, and the 24 Divisadero is two
blocks away, as is the 22 Fillmore.
We are not publishing the name of the school so as to avoid phone calls to
the school, so if you google the school, please don't call the school. This
out-reach is a project of Partimus.org, a non-profit dedicated to bringing
Free Open Source Software to schools.
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